Perhaps this is another dead horse that has been senselessly beaten
here, but are there any neurophysiological explanations for deja vu?
I've heard theories ranging from the somewhat plausible: Event is
anomalously stored in LTM rapidly, thus creating the sensation of
familiarity, as it accesses the instant "memory"; to the
not-so-plausible: Deja vu is experienced when your timeline loops onto
itself, and touches a different temporal point, giving your mind access
to information from that time.
Does the first explanation have any truth to it, or is there a better
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